One of the most anticipated films that’s about to enter production right now is “Bullet Train,” directed by “Hobbs & Shaw” and “Deadpool 2” filmmaker David Leitch. Not only is it a big deal because of Leitch’s involvement, but it also marks a new action film led by Brad Pitt, who doesn’t just star in bad films. And now, another major player has joined, making our excitement for the thriller grow even more.

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According to Deadline, actor Aaron Taylor-Johnson is the latest person to join the cast of Leitch’s “Bullet Train.” The film tells the story of a, uh, bullet train that is housing four assassins on a mission. Brad Pitt is obviously one of the assassins, with the recently announced Joey King also in the ranks. Now, we have Taylor-Johnson, coming off his role in “Tenet” counting as assassin #3.

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In addition to his work in “Tenet,” Taylor-Johnson is probably best known for his starring role in the “Kick-Ass” franchise, as well as films such as “Avengers: Age of Ultron,” “Outlaw King,” and the recently released “A Million Little Pieces.” He’s also set for a role in the COVID-delayed action film, “The King’s Man,” which reunites him with his “Kick-Ass” filmmaker, Matthew Vaughn.

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A release date has yet to be given for “Bullet Train,” but production is expected to begin soon. Hopefully, that means we could expect the film sometime in 2021.